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Hurricane Fran / East Coast / Folly Beach, South Carolina #371818

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 04, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Map shown of the route of Hurricane Fran along the Carolina coast; the five hurricane categories outlined on screen.

(Houston: Neil Frank) Category 3 Hurricane Fran, which is bound for the South Carolina coast, outlined; map shown and the 1989 damages from Hurricane Hugo recalled.

(Folly Beach, SC: Art Rascon) The preparations in Folly Beach, SC, for Hurricane Fran featured; scenes shown of people preparing to leave. [Residents Ken and Nancy BOREN - remembers the devastation from Hugo.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The space shuttle Atlantis shown being rolled back into its hangar in Cape Canaveral, Florida, to protect it from the hurricane.

Frank, Neil;
Rascon, Art;
Rather, Dan

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